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Pentagon to investigate ambush in Niger that left 4 US soldiers dead
The American soldiers were part of a Green Beret team assigned to train and assist the Nigerien army in fighting terrorists.
Questions remain 2 weeks after deadly ambush in Niger
The confusion has sparked a full Pentagon probe into what happened in the remote African village where a U.S. Special Forces team met "overwhelming force," leaving four American soldiers dead.
Opposites attract: with Sens. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.)
Alley wrote in visit opposites attract where bipartisanship is never a dirty word. I'm joined here by senator Crist and Democrat of Delaware senator Johnny Isaacson Republican of Georgia. Senator Isaacson of the nice enough to turn over office that's where we are for this interview. Now the two of
Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell Lead Republican Party Retreat
Capitol Hill in Washington DC has moved to Philadelphia for two days were the GOP retreat and ABC's Josh Haskell the Mary on downtown joined by our very own Ben Siegel. He's usually running around the hill but today weren't fairly Paul Ryan just the stage Mitch McConnell lot of news so far lot of
Obama Visits Vietnam, Seeks to Strengthen Ties
President Obama meets with Vietnamese leaders to discuss trade, including the U.S decision to lift its lethal arms embargo against the Southeast Asian country.
'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and 'Billions' Co-Creator Brian Koppelman
The co-creator of the TV show "Billions" sat down for ABC News' Dan Harris' livesteam podcast to discuss his practice of Transcendental Meditation.
Meet the Youtube Stars That Interviewed President Obama
ABC News' Serena Marshall chats with Swoozie, Ingrid Nilsen, and Destin Sandlin.
Pope Francis Addresses Congress at US Capitol
The pontiff touched on immigration, the death penalty, climate change and the refugee crisis.
Al Qaeda Hostage Dr. Warren Weinstein Killed in US Counterterror Operation
The U.S. aid worker had been held captive by al Qaeda in Pakistan since 2011.
Two Hostages Held by al Qaeda Killed in US Counter-Terror Operation
President Obama announced today that Dr. Warren Weinstein, an American held since 2011, and Giovanni Lo Porto, an Italian national, were both killed during a counter-terrorism operation in January.